Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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Though the first XML implementations will likely focus on data processing, not document formatting, the introduction of a Web style sheet language for XML looks promising as the foundation for richer online style presentations in the future. Though the first XML implementations will likely focus on data processing, not on document formatting, the introduction of a Web style sheet language for XML looks promising as the foundation for richer online style presentations in the future.
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[2.1.4 XML Navigation]

XML Linking, formerly known as XLink and as XLL (the eXtensible Linking Language), is a work in progress of the Web Consortium. It is closely related to the XML Recommendation, adding functionality for high-function hypertext and hypermedia. It is now an independent Working Group, but its projects were started under the main XML Working Group, and progressed to solid Working Drafts there before being handed off to the new XML Linking Working Group.

The work of this working group has two parts: XLink provides advanced linking capabilities such as multidirectional and external linking, while the separate XPointer specifications provide a convenient and easily-understood way of describing locations in XML documents. Either can be used without the other, but they are most valuable in combination, and of course in combination with XML itself.

XLink (W3C 2001d) adds many kinds of advanced hypertext linking functionality to the Web (and other environments where it may be used). XLink provides the possibility of bi-directional links or links that lead to multiple destinations. Bidirectional links can traverse in either direction regardless of which way you went originally.


W3C (eds) 2001d, XML Linking Language (XLink) Version 1.0. W3C Recommendation 27 June 2001. [Online], Available: http://www.w3.org/TR/xlink/
Accessed: July 05 2001.

XML Linking, formerly known as XLink and as XLL (the eXtensible Linking Language), is a work in progress of the Web Consortium. It is closely related to the XML Recommendation, but adds functionality for high-function hypertext and hypermedia. It is now an independent Working Group, but its projects were started under the main XML Working Group, and progressed to solid Working Drafts there before being handed off to the new XML Linking Working Group.

The work of this WG has two parts: XLink proper provide advanced linking capabilities such as multidirectional and external linking, while the separate XPointer spec provides a convenient and easily-understood way of describing locations in XML documents. [...]

Either of XPointer and XLink can be used without the other; [...] Yet they are especially valuable in combination, and of course in combination with XML itself.

[...]

XLink adds these kinds of advanced hypertext linking functionality to the Web (and other environments where it may be used):

  • Links that lead to multiple destinations.
  • Bi-directional links (note that "go back" is not at all the same thing: a bidirectional links can be traversed either direction regardless of whether you went the other way first.
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The given reference does not lead to the copied text, see https://web.archive.org/web/20010630064508/https://www.w3.org/TR/xlink/ .

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Bidirectional links can traverse in either direction regardless of which way you went originally. HTML supports one-way links making the "Go Back" button on the browser the way to return to the location of the original link. A bi-directional link will allow a user to return to the original location via a corresponding link on the site. It will also make it easier to find dangling links when a document is moved or deleted. XLink furthermore enables to create links targeted to specific parts within a document. A specific part of information can be targeted rather than the entire document. HTML can do this as well but not with the expected ease of XML coding. Another advantage is the possibility of links having multiple functions. Hyperlinks can be established within a specific document or Web site to perform more than the one function that currently exists. For example, looking at a research document, one might find a descriptor hyperlinked to perform two [functions, one that request for a thesaurus definition and the other to reach other documents carrying the same term.] Bi-directional links. A link that can traverse in either direction regardless of which way you went originally. HTML supports one-way links making the "Go Back" button on the browser the way to return to the location of the original link. A bi-directional link will allow a user to return to the original location via a corresponding link on the site. It will also make it easier to find dangling links when a document is moved or deleted.

Links targeted to specific parts within a document. A specific part of information can be targeted rather than the entire document. [...] (HTML can do this but not with the expected ease of XML coding.)

Links with multiple functions. Hyperlinks can be established within a specific document or Web site to perform more than the one function that currently exists. For example, looking at a research document, you might find a descriptor hyperlinked to perform two functions, one a request for a thesaurus definition and the other to reach other documents carrying the same term.

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